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Statement – Covid-19 Update Updated March 16, 2020
The Township of Moorestown is continually monitoring events and appropriately responding as necessary. This is a fluid event and we ask the public to be patient and understanding as we endeavor to remain vigilant and proactive in protecting our employees and the public. While Township employees will continue to work, we are taking the following actions to minimize unnecessary public contact and interaction.
Town Hall – For tax, water and sewer payments - we encourage people to use the online payment system located on the Township’s website under the Tax Collector department webpage. Also, people can use the mail drop box located on the face of the building to the right of town hall front doors. The Water / Sewer bills that are due March 16th, 2020, and the bills that have a due date of April 3rd, 2020, the due date has been extended to April 30th for payment.
Access throughout the building will be restricted. If you have reason to come to town hall, we ask that you check in at the Clerk’s office where we will try to accommodate you. You can call 856-235-0912 for questions or to conduct business via phone. For public works please call 856-235-3520.
Department of Parks and Recreation – all programs, athletic facilities, recreation centers and fields are closed until further notice.
Moorestown Library – The Library is closed to the public until further notice. Phone 856-234-0333.
Municipal Court – The March 18th and 25th municipal court sessions to be held at Cinnaminson Township have been postponed. Customers will be notified by mail of their newly scheduled court date. Phone 856-235-0922
Advisory Boards – We have encouraged advisory committee meetings to be cancelled through April 20th. Please check the Township’s website to follow meeting status.
Township Council/Planning Board and Zoning Board Meetings – will continue as scheduled. These boards have regulatory authority and will continue to conduct business as usual. Attendance at these events is much lower than the 250 person limit instituted by the Governor.
For useful information about Covid-19, please refer to the following links: